A wonderful humorous look at love, with two lead characters exchanging many amusing dialogues. This book will have you smiling throughout as a great love radiates from its pages. I found An Impossible Thing Called Love very reminiscent of the film Love Story – the great love is tangible for all to feel.
The characters are perfectly drawn. I could ‘see’ them in my mind’s eye, but more than that, I could ‘feel’ them. I felt an emotional attachment to them, as if the characters reached out from the pages of the book and touched my heart – never have I felt such an emotional response to fictional characters before.
The reader is in for a cosmopolitan treat as the action travels from Edinburgh to Australia to London to Paris, the city of love.
I really cannot praise An Impossible Thing Called Love highly enough. It’s a perfectly charming feel good read with characters that remain long after the book is ended.
I received this book for free. A favourable review was not required and all views expressed are my own.